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Poster: Finster Baby Date: Jul 12, 2011 9:01am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: I saw that show! No, the actual show, not DSO

You are right Snow and Rain!!!
9/4/91 is most definitely not a clunker!! LOL
Thanks for pointing it out to me. I don't venture into the 90s much, so this was a refreshing change.

Indeed a strong set list. A decent first set, but the pre drums second set is very good. Scarlet seemed a little shaky to me , but the transition into Fire all the way thru drums is just smokin! There are spots where I feel Jerry gets a bit heavy handed with the midi, but nothing that can't be overlooked. Also was not crazy about Bruce's accordian on Masterpiece.

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Poster: snow_and_rain Date: Jul 13, 2011 8:28am
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: I saw that show! No, the actual show, not DSO

Ugh.. that cursed accordion!

What was it Garcia said? "We don't let just anybody sit in on accordion."

No, I suppose they reserved that spot exlusively for people on whom Jerry has a man-crush.

I think the 9/4 Scarlet starts very strong -- Jerry nails the between verse solos -- but it does start to drift a little after they open it up, pre-transition. But yeah, Fire is off the hook. There's a video from this set, and Jerry is really animated. Great stuff. The crowd was going bonkers.

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